Arrest warrants issued by CPD
Chambersburg Police Department obtained arrest warrants for several people last week. One local man turned himself in after learning about his arrest warrants.
Assault, endangering others
Eliseo Melchor, 26, wanted on charges of simple assault and recklessly endangering another person, is still at large.
He is described as a Black male, 6’3″ tall weighing and 220 pounds. He has brown eyes and black hair.
Police said Melchor grabbed the steering wheel of the car in which he was riding as a passenger. His action caused a crash, according to the police report.
Police ask that anyone with information about his whereabouts leave a tip on the department’s CRIMEWATCH® website.
Strangulation, assault charges
Police obtained a warrant for the arrest of Tyson Fickes, 18, Chambersburg, April 30 after investigating an assault allegation.
His description lists him as 5’9″ tall, weighing 155 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair.
Police allege Fickes choked the victim and hit her multiple times on her face and head.
Charges against him include felony strangulation and misdemeanor simple assault. Police ask that anyone with information on Fickes location contact the Chambersburg Police Department at 717-264-4131 or leave a tip on CRIMEWATCH®.
Michael Shane Perez, 19, Chambersburg, voluntarily surrendered to police Friday after finding out Chambersburg police had an arrest warrant for a new charge of possession of a controlled substance.
He was already free on $25,000 unsecured bail on firearm-related felony charges filed earlier in April against him when police filed the misdemeanor drug charges last week. Judge Glenn Manns added another $1,000 unsecured bail on the drug charge during a preliminary hearing Friday.
He has a preliminary hearing June 15 in Franklin County Magisterial District Central Court on both sets of charges.